This show has been commercially released as " Ladies and Gentleman, The Grateful Dead"
Disc One, 72:36 Set One 1. Truckin', 10:54 2. Mama Tried, 3:14 3. Bertha, 6:33 4. Things Won't Be The Same, 4:38 5. Cumberland Blues, 6:29 6. Bobby McGee, 6:25 7. Loser, 6:51 8. Hard To Handle, 9:53 9. China > Rider, 10:44 10. Casey Jones,6:54 (end set)
Disc Two, 44:36 1 /Sugar Magnolia, 6:29 2. Deal, 5:51 3. Me and My Uncle, 3:30 4. Bird Song, 5:55 5. Playin in the Band, 7:37 6. Dire Wolf, 7:46 7. *Searchin, 7:27
Disc Three, 67:13 1. *Riot in Cell Block #9, 7:38 2. ^Good Vibrations, 4:57 3. ^I Get Around, 3:15 4. *Help me Rhonda, 4:44 5. *Okie from Muskogie, 3:41 6. *Johnny B. Goode, 5:48 7. Sing Me Back Home, 10:17 8. Uncle John?s Band => 6:09 9. Lovelight, 20:42
* - with the Beach Boys ^ - Beach Boys only
These disks came from the Fillmore Tree run on BUDD
by Keith Bode. Bode's source disks came from Justin
Hoffman who got *his* copies from the Merry Prankster's
Tree. Lineage comes from Merry Prankster info. (CAP)
EAC > SHN & upload to Stonebear.etree.org by Abe Stundel email@example.com
March 13, 2011 Subject:
Hey, unbroken chain,
you can check out this show on; http://www.sugarmegs.org/
you won't find any classic jams
during the beach boy set,
but there a few peaks during the set,
especially the Okie from Muskogee.
March 12, 2011 Subject:
Unavailability not cool!
This show features songs by the Beach Boys (some with the GD, some not). Archive doesn't have the show anymore because it's supposedly featured in "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Grateful Dead." Problem is, those disks do not contain the BB songs at all - they contain songs from each of the shows during this run, not the entire run. So those particular songs from this show are completely unavailable, which is quite the bummer. (I'm rating this show only because it looks like the form requires it - but I haven't heard it at all. So I'll give it an average rating.)
March 6, 2009 Subject:
thank you so much
The Dead and the Beach Boys.... they must have had a good laugh that night. the best version of Okie from Muskogie :)
the dead part is of course great.
listen before the Man takes it away